Laboratories around the world are now in to subjecting the Oriental ancient system of medicine to more detailed scientific investigation. Validating our accertation that TCM principles are an effective beauty regime intervention.

Eastern inspired formulations work on the 'principle superior regime' of dealing with a problem before it appears. This is a more gentle to approach resolving issues of dermal imperfection. It is now being applied to a new generation of skin care products called Aphelia Cosmetology.

Traditional Chinese herbal medicine (TCM) embrace up to three principles or actions;

- those that nourish the Qi or body energy (flow in the body),
- those which calm the mind, or
- those which warm the interior.

Aphelia Cosmetology has extensively drawn upon from great oriental (TCM) masters to prepare proprietary complexes; a concept essential for use exceptional dermal performance of our serums and creams.

This dedicated approach, to micro refine each and every one of the age-fighting ingredients allows us to deliver nourishment and lock in moisture essential to the vitality and overall appearance of your skin. In a traditional gentle manner it confronts the problem of premature aging and environmental hazards.

Many traditional Western formulas utilise synthetically manufactured or manipulated natural compounds in skin care. Many too, trying to correct a problem once it's manifested itself. The benefit of Aphelia is that we have worked side by side with the latest developments in Western skin care formulations and mastered oriental herbal knowledge bridge.

Aphelia unveils unparalleled a skin care regime of pure natural power with Western state of the art cosmetic science. It values traditional oriental knowledge that allow time too pass and ingredients to naturally mature and ripen so as to restore balance to your skin; providing the resources for it naturally rejuvenate and repair for visibly better results.

Each of our hand, crafted extracts not only adopts one or more of the three guiding aspects; it also can be demonstrated in the traditional literature as having complementary effects with designed target organs or tissues.